Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Red Cabbage Thoran


Confusing. Red or purple cabbage? In my own general consensus, I have decided to call it red cabbage, though it is somewhat more purplish. Does not matter I suppose because guaranteed  I am not referring to yellow cabbage. Ditto. I say nothing more, except to show you the cooking to way to Red Cabbage Thoran. Remember my Beans Thoran? What is thoran, are you questioning me or you are asking yourself. Thoran is nothing more but a stir fry (Four Angled Beans Tempe, Tofu Green Bean & Kacang Buncis Tempe). Basically an Indian stir fry. I did my style to my thoran, nope, not a copied version. Then again, how different can an Indian thoran be? Don't you think we need the common Indian ingredients? Of course. My version on the other hand I reckon must be hailed as the different than the rest version. Red cabbage, tomato, coconut, shallots, oil and salt. Simple easy-preasy right? You are right. Pair Red Cabbage Thoran along Jeera Rice, Dum AlooRasam or Sambar, and I bet you will be up and about for a mini vegetarian home style thali set.  

Ingredients:
250g (about 1/2) purple cabbage - shredded
1 medium size (abt 90g) tomato  - sliced into thin pieces
2 tbsp grated coconut
4 shallots - sliced
2 tbsp oil
Salt for taste

Method:
When oil is heated, saute shallots.
Add all other ingredients.
Quickly stir fry over high heat for a couple of minutes and dish out.


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11 comments:

  1. Hi Nava,

    This looks very tasty , but @ my place i never saw the purple cabbage. the same can be done on normal one (green ).

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  2. Nava, I've not tried purple cabbage but I love how u cook them with coconut. Very nice!

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  3. Hi Vivek and Shirley, am surprise that you both have not heard about purple cabbage as its so easily available at Malaysia and very affordable too.

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  4. hi nava... i love red cabbages especially with salad and sandwiches.. now i want to try your recipe with coconut and eat them hot...yummy... Thanks for sharing. The cumin rice is very tasty :) thanks again

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  5. looks yummy but never tried before..might try someday..this pic made me missed and crave for kerabu jantung pisang

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  6. huhu.. never heard before ... purple cabbage stir fried.. where can try?

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  7. Shammera - I just did with the stir fried and it tasted great.

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  8. What a coincidence, I cooked something similar to this one 2 days ago but I added some cannellini beans abd without the coconut.

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  9. Looks good! I too make stir-fried with the purple cabbage once in a while.

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  10. I saw purple cabbage in the weekly vegetable market here and was wondering whether to buy it or not! Now i have a reason and know what to make :)

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